The White House released its Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Rural Playbook. 

It will help local, state, tribal, and territorial governments in rural areas unlock the benefits of investments in the national infrastructure. 

The president and other senior administration officials will also launch an infrastructure tour to directly-engage rural communities across the country. 

The Rural Playbook provides rural communities with information on the “what, when, where, and how to apply” for funding under the law, so no lobbying is necessary to access it. 

The Playbook also identifies over 100 programs funded under the law with federal cost-share flexibilities and matching requirement waivers. 

“Building a better America requires that these funds reach rural areas that have been left behind for way too long,” says Mitch Landrieu, Senior Advisor and Infrastructure Implementation Coordinator. 

“We see you, and major investments are on the way.” 

The goal is to make sure all Americans benefit from the historic investments.

(Story Courtesy of the NAFB News Service)